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Taylor Woodrow wins £200M contract


Taylor Woodrow has won the £200M contract to upgrade London's Docklands Light Railway for longer three car trains. The work involves strengthening viaducts and bridges, extending platforms and improving key junctions.

The first phase will focus on the busiest route from Bank and Tower Gateway stations to Lewisham. Phase two, covering the rest of the network, is expected to be approved by government this autumn. Phases one and two are scheduled for completion in 2009 and 10 respectively.

Client is Transport for London.

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